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CogSci 2006

The 28th Annual Conference 

of the Cognitive Science Society 

Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada        July 26-29, 2006

Member Poster Abstracts

The Geometrician: a Computer Prototype of Problem Solving in Geometry Construction (Page 2435)
Edgar R. Acosta Villaseñor (Institute of Cognitive Science)
Rafael Pérez y Pérez (Instituto de Investigación en Matemáticas Aplicadas y en Sistemas)

Effects of Sampling Ecology on Correlational Judgment (Page 2436)
Richard B. Anderson (Bowling Green State University)
Michael E. Doherty (Bowling Green State University)
Justin M. Gilkey (Bowling Green State University)

How Parent Corrections Affect Children's Label Acquisition (Page 2437)
Amber N. Ankowski (University of California at Los Angeles)
Catherine M. Sandhofer (University of California at Los Angeles)

Does the Primary Intuitive Model of Living Things Persist in Adolescence? (Page 2438)
Reuven Babai (Tel Aviv University)
Rachel Sekal (Tel Aviv University)
Ruth Stavy (Tel Aviv University)

Causal Reasoning from Forces (Page 2439)
Aron Barbey (Emory University)
Phillip Wolff (Emory University)

Age-Related Impairments in Monitoring Recollection-Based Memory (Page 2440)
Sameer Bawa (University of Virginia)
Chad S. Dodson (University of Virginia)

The Time Course and Pace of Email Collaboration (Page 2441)
Sophie Bettex (University of Neuchâtel)
Adrian Bangerter (University of Neuchâtel)

Incorporating Cognitive Principles into Modeling Tools for Scientists (Page 2442)
Dorrit Billman (Stanford University)
Will Bridewell (Stanford University)
Stuart Borrett (Stanford University)

Procedural Learning of an Artificial Script Greater with Explicit Letter Instruction (Page 2443)
Tali Bitan (Northwestern University)
James R. Booth (Northwestern University)
Jimmy Cheon (Northwestern University)

The Effect of Einstellung on Compositional Processes (Page 2444)
Stephen Blessing (University of Tampa)
Patrick Dronek (University of Tampa)

Incidental Learning on the London Tube: Evidence from Hypermedia (Page 2445)
Patricia M. Boechler (University of Alberta)
Dorothy J. Steffler (Concordia University College of Alberta)
Ilya Levner (University of Alberta)
Lindsey Leenaars (University of Alberta)

Acquisition of Tacit Knowledge in a Research Laboratory (Page 2446)
Janet Bond-Robinson (Arizona State University)
Randall E. Robinson (Arizona State University)
Amy B. Preece (Arizona State University)

Causal Properties Support Categorization in Infancy (Page 2447)
Amy E. Booth (Northwestern University)

Are There Any Good Arguments for the Categorical Explanation of Perceptual Constancy? (Page 2448)
Peter Bradley (McDaniel College)

Automating Text Propositionalization: An Assessment of AutoProp (Page 2449)
Stephen W. Briner (University of Memphis)
Philip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Shallow Processing of Universal Quantification: A Comparison of Monolingual and Bilingual Adults (Page 2450)    (Return to Top)
Patricia J. Brooks (College of Staten Island, City University of New York)
Irina A. Sekerina (College of Staten Island, City University of New York)

Exploring Human Multitasking Strategies from a Cognitive Constraint Approach (Page 2451)
Duncan P. Brumby (Drexel University)
Dario D. Salvucci (Drexel University)

Constructing Racing Cars: Reducing Problem Complexity for the Fastest Car Ever Seen (Page 2452)
Angela Brunstein (Carnegie Mellon University)

Event Related Potentials and the Musical Brain: The Effects of Music Preference and Music Training on Pre-attentive Stimulus Recognition (N200) and Memory Updating (P300) Processes (Page 2453)
George N. Caldwell (Glasgow Caledonian University)
Leigh M. Riby (Glasgow Caledonian University)

Effects of Visual Salience and Knowledge on Inferences from Weather Maps (Page 2454)
Matt S. Canham (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Mary Hegarty (University of California at Santa Barbara)

Assessing the Problem-Solving Abilities of Patients with Frontal Lobe Lesions Using a Real World Travel Planning Task (Page 2455)
Lisa Casagrande Hoshino (York University)
Vanessa Raymont (National Institute of Health)
Jordan Grafman (National Institute of Health)

Understanding Dynamic Systems with Direct-Manipulation Animation (Page 2456)
Margaret S. Chan (Columbia University)
John B. Black (Columbia University)

Determining Parameters in Jordan's (1986) Recurrent Network (Page 2457)
Chi-Chih Chang (National Chung Cheng University)
Jon-Fan Hu (University of Oxford)

Vigilance Procedure Generalization for Recurrent Associative Memories (Page 2458)
Sylvain Chartier (Centre de recherches de l'Institut Philippe Pinel de Montréal)
Sébastien Hélie (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Robert Proulx (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Mounir Boukadoum (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Interactional Costs of Interrupting Collaborative Tasks: Effect of Length on Face Management and Grounding (Page 2459)
Eric Chevalley (University of Neuchâtel)
Adrian Bangerter (University of Neuchâtel)

Do Alternative Categorizations Improve Problem Solving? Evidence from a Verbal Protocol Analysis (Page 2460)
Evangelia G. Chrysikou (Temple University)
Katherine M. Alvarez (Temple University)
Jenna N. Clarke (Temple University)

Second Language-Specific Idiom Recognition Skills and Social Communication (Page 2461)
WaiMen Noel Chung (Concordia University)
Norman Segalowitz (Concordia University)

The Enigma of Financial Expertise: Superior and Reproducible Investment Performance in Efficient Markets (Page 2462)
Edward T. Cokely (Florida State University)
Patric Andersson (Stockholm School of Economics)
K. Anders Ericsson (Florida State University)

Detecting Manipulated Second Language Reading Texts (Page 2463)
Scott A. Crossley (Mississippi State University)
Philip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
Gwyneth A. Lewis (University of Memphis)
David F. Dufty (University of Memphis)
Max M. Louwerse (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Analyzing Mental Image Generation Data through Imputation: Evidence of a Visual and an Episodic Buffer for Image-Size Scaling (Page 2464)
Amedeo D'Angiulli (Thompson Rivers University)
Adam Reeves (Northeastern University)

Science Students' Document Literacy Skills (Page 2465)
Silvia d'Apollonia (Dawson College, Concordia University)

Means-End Behavior in Infancy: The Interrelation of Action Production and Action Perception (Page 2466)    (Return to Top)
Moritz M. Daum (Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences)
Wolfgang Prinz (Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences)
Gisa Aschersleben (Saarland University)

Preview Benefits and Deficits in Visual Selective Attention (Page 2467)
Eddy J. Davelaar (University of Maryland at College Park)
David E. Huber (University of California at San Diego)

Implicit Gender Aftereffects in the Perception of Face Silhouettes (Page 2468)
Nicolas Davidenko (Stanford University)
Jonathan Winawer (Stanford University)
Michael Ramscar (Stanford University)

Availability and Category Structure Determinants in Instantiation of Artifact and Natural Kind Concepts Using Features, Rated Similarities and Associations (Page 2469)
Simon De Deyne (University of Leuven)
Gert Storms (University of Leuven)

Identifying Text Genres Using Phrasal Verbs (Page 2470)
Kyle B. Dempsey (University of Memphis)
Philip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

Hand Shape Affects Access to Memories (Page 2471)
Katinka Dijkstra (Florida State University)
Mine Misirlisoy (Florida State University)
Michael P. Kaschak (Florida State University)
Rolf A. Zwaan (Florida State University)

A Connectionist Account of the Pattern of Deficits Across Semantic and Lexical Tasks in Five Semantic Dementia Patients (Page 2472)
Katia Dilkina (Carnegie Mellon University)
James L. McClelland (Carnegie Mellon University)

When is Visual Working Memory Needed in Text Comprehension? (Page 2473)
Kyung Soo Do (Sungkyunkwan University)
Seong-Ae Bang (Sungkyunkwan University)

Analysis of Cognitive Models to Evaluate User Interfaces (Page 2474)
Jeronimo Dzaack (Technische Universität Berlin)

Implicit Learning and Lexical Development (Page 2475)
Inge-Marie Eigsti (University of Connecticut)
Shin-Yi Fang (University of Connecticut)

Can Developmental Changes in Task Switching be Explained by Age Alone? (Page 2476)
Michelle R. Ellefson (University of Pittsburgh)
Emma L. Johnstone (University of Warwick)
Elisabeth Blagrove (University of Warwick)
Nick Chater (University College London)

Linguistic Contributions to Reasoning about Causal Agents (Page 2477)
Caitlin M. Fausey (Stanford University)
Lera Boroditsky (Stanford University)

Orthographic Neighborhood Size Interacts with Morphological Processing (Page 2478)
Laurie Beth Feldman (The University at Albany, Haskins Laboratories)
Yuki Kanai (The University at Albany, Haskins Laboratories)
Dana Basnight-Brown (The University at Albany, Haskins Laboratories)

Word Classes and Word Order (Page 2479)
August Fenk (Alps-Adriatic University of Klagenfurt)
Gertraud Fenk-Oczlon (Alps-Adriatic University of Klagenfurt)

Speech Rhythm and Speech Rate in Crosslinguistic Comparison (Page 2480)
Gertraud Fenk-Oczlon (Alps-Adriatic University of Klagenfurt)
August Fenk (Alps-Adriatic University of Klagenfurt)

Context-Independent Influence of Explicit Markers on Proverb Interpretation (Page 2481)
Todd R. Ferretti (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Courtney Patterson (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Albert N. Katz (University of Western Ontario)

Feature-based Generalization and Artificial Language Learning (Page 2482)
Sara Finley (Johns Hopkins University)
William Badecker (Johns Hopkins University)

Thematic Representation in Simple Recurrent Networks (Page 2483)
Ricardo Basso Garcia (State University of Campinas)
Edson Françozo (State University of Campinas)

Integrating Linguistic and Referential Cues Into Probabilistic Models of Word Learning (Page 2484)    (Return to Top)
Michael C. Frank (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Vikash Mansinghka (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Edward Gibson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Priming Causal Conditionals (Page 2485)
Caren A. Frosch (University of Dublin)
Ruth M. J. Byrne (University of Dublin)

Concepts of Emotion and Dimensional Ratings of Italian Emotion Words in Pre-adolescents (Page 2486)
Cristina Galli (University of Padova)
Vanda L. Zammuner (University of Padova)

Word-Order and Lexical-Semantic Factors Influencing Thematic Role Assignment Strategies in Sentence Comprehension (Page 2487)
Shahram Ghiasinejad (University of Texas at Dallas)
Richard M. Golden (University of Texas at Dallas)

Do People with Varying Cognitve Styles Access Semantic Knowledge Differently? (Page 2488)
Ariela Gigi (College of Judea and Samaria, Sheba Medical Center)

Looking for Categorical Perception in a Dot-Pattern Classification Task (Page 2489)
Gyslain Giguère (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Guy L. Lacroix (Carleton University)
Serge Larochelle (Université de Montréal)
Denis Cousineau (Université de Montréal)

Young Children's Comprehension of a Novel Interface: How Cognitive Development and Previous Computer Experience Come Into Play (Page 2490)
Shuli Gilutz (Columbia University)
John B. Black (Columbia University)

Tickling: Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses of Facial Expressions and Motions (Page 2491)
Harvey J. Ginsburg (Texas State University)
Shannon Stavinoha (Texas State University)

Causal Necessity and Alternative Strength Differentially Influence Predictions and Causal Judgments (Page 2492)
Kelly Goedert (Seton Hall University)

Using Space for Language: Deictic Pointers and Thematic Role Assignment (Page 2493)
Ariel M. Goldberg (Johns Hopkins University)
Barbara Landau (Johns Hopkins University)

Time Perception and Mental Imagery (Page 2494)
Madeleine A. Grealy (Strathclyde University)

Perspectives in Reasoning About Quantities (Page 2495)
James G. Greeno (University of Pittsburgh)
Brian MacWhinney (Carnegie Mellon University)

Generalizability of Decision Models: An Ecological Cross-Validation Approach (Page 2496)
Bartosz Gula (Universität Klagenfurt)
Oliver Vitouch (Universität Klagenfurt)

Causal vs. Evidential Decision Making in Newcomb's Paradox (Page 2497)
York Hagmayer (University of Goettingen)
Steven A. Sloman (Brown University)

Language in Law: Using Coh-Metrix to Assess Differences between American and English/Welsh Language Varieties (Page 2498)
Charles Hall (University of Memphis)
Gwyneth A. Lewis (University of Memphis)
Philip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
Debra S. Lee (CEELI Institute)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

How Cognitive Aging Affects the Relationship between Attention and Error Repetitions (Page 2499)
Etsuko T. Harada (Hosei University)
Satoru Suto (Chuo University)

Putting Action in Perspective: The Role of Experience and Expectations (Page 2500)
Bridgette Martin Hard (Stanford University)
Sandra C. Lozano (Stanford University)
Barbara Tversky (Stanford University)
All authors retract this article. Bridgette Martin Hard and Barbara Tversky believe that the research results cannot be relied upon; Sandra C. Lozano takes full responsibility for the need to retract this article.

Diagrams That Really Are Worth Ten Thousand Words: Using Argument Diagrams to Teach Critical Thinking Skills (Page 2501)
Maralee Harrell (Carnegie Mellon University)

The Influence of Procedural and Conceptual Examples on Mathematical Problem Solving (Page 2502)
Takahiro Hattori (Kyoto University)
Takashi Kusumi (Kyoto University)

Can Young Children Understand Commission and Omission on Similar Levels? (Page 2503)
Hajimu Hayashi (Kyoto University)

Interaction Patterns as Support for Cognitive Modeling (Page 2504)
Marcus Heinath (Technische Universität Berlin)

Children's Brains and Socioeconomic Status: A Selective-Attention ERP Study (Page 2505)
Anthony T. Herdman (Thompson Rivers University)
Amedeo D'Anguilli (Thompson Rivers University)
Clyde Hertzman (University of British Columbia)
David R. Stapells (University of British Columbia)

Resuming an Interrupted Task: Activation and Decay in Goal Memory (Page 2506)
Helen M. Hodgetts (Cardiff University)
Dylan M. Jones (Cardiff University)

Linear Separability and Concept Learning: Eyetracking Individual Differences (Page 2507)    (Return to Top)
Aaron B. Hoffman (New York University)
Bob Rehder (New York University)

The Acoustic Features of Parental Speech during Storybook Reading Discriminate between Funny and Unfunny Mental States (Page 2508)
Elena K. Hoicka (Cardiff University)
Merideth Gattis (Cardiff University)

The Effect of Direction Type and Environmental Scale on Wayfinding Efficiency (Page 2509)
Alycia M. Hund (Illinois State University)
Mary Bartlett (Illinois State University)
Brian Seanor (Illinois State University)

The Development of Knowledge about the Earth and the Day/Night Cycle in Blind and Sighted Children (Page 2510)
Ikospentaki Kalliopi (University of Athens)
Vosniadou Stella (University of Athens)
Skopeliti Irini (University of Athens)

Beyond Fragmentation: Ill-structured Domains, Networks, Complex Systems, and Biofunctional Sciences (Page 2511)
Asghar Iran-Nejad (University of Alabama)
Franco Zengaro (University of Alabama)
Sally Zengaro (University of Alabama)

Thinking Style Requirements for Project Managers (Page 2512)
Masako Itoh (Tokiwa University)
Takafumi Kawasaki (Hitachi Ltd.)
Kenji Hirata (Tokyo University)

Is Causal Status Weighed Differently in Categories of Causes than in Categories of Effects? (Page 2513)
Nathalie James (University of California at Los Angeles)
Catherine M. Sandhofer (University of California at Los Angeles)

Does Causal Discovery Result in Category Formation and Set the Basic Level? (Page 2514)
Nathalie James (University of California at Los Angeles)
Patricia Cheng (University of California at Los Angeles)

Systematicity as a Processing Constraint on Feature Centrality (Page 2515)
Jason Jameson (Northwestern University)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)

Context Change and Interference in Episodic Memory (Page 2516)
Yoonhee Jang (University of California at San Diego)
David E. Huber (University of California at San Diego)

Learning on the Balance Scale Task (Page 2517)
Brenda R. J. Jansen (University of Amsterdam)
Maartje E. J. Raijmakers (University of Amsterdam)
Ingmar Visser (University of Amsterdam)

Celebrity Recognition Priming: Is Association Required? (Page 2518)
Lara L. Jones (University of Georgia)
Adam Pope (University of Georgia)
Eva Bonney Reed (University of Georgia)
Patrick Thompson (University of Georgia)
Elizabeth Cooper (University of Georgia)
Kevin Wilson (University of Georgia)

The Structure of Integral Dimensions (Page 2519)
Matt Jones (University of Texas)
Robert L. Goldstone (University of Texas)

How Attentional Blink Facilitates Multitasking (Page 2520)
Ion Juvina (Carnegie Mellon University)
Niels A. Taatgen (Carnegie Mellon University)

From Symbols to Symbol System: Pre-reading Children's Understanding of Basic Principles of Writing Systems (Page 2521)
Tanya Kaefer (Duke University)
Gary Feng (Duke University)

Validating a Rapid Verification Method for Cognitive Diagnosis (Page 2522)
Slava Kalyuga (University of New South Wales)

What Are They Thinking? Decomposing a Complex Task (Page 2523)
Yvonne Kao (Carnegie Mellon University)
John Anderson (Carnegie Mellon University)

Learning Foreign Words Under Dual-Task Conditions (Page 2524)
Maragarita Kaushanskaya (Northwestern University)
Viorica Marian (Northwestern University)

Incidental Learning of Item Orientation (Page 2525)
Steven Kelly (University of Strathclyde)
Rebecca Mancy (University of Strathclyde)

Negative Transfer in the Learning of Typing Tasks (Page 2526)
Trina C. Kershaw (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Using Feedback from Struggling Readers Reveals a Built-In Lesson (Page 2527)
Susan M. Kershaw (Widener University)

Using Diagrams and Gestures to Think and Talk about Insight Problems (Page 2528)
Angela M. Kessell (Stanford University)
Barbara Tversky (Stanford University)

The Effect of Depth Information on Inferring Cross-sections (Page 2529)
Peter Khooshabeh (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Mary Hegarty (University of California at Santa Barbara)

Modeling Individual Strategic Behavior in Human Multitasking (Page 2530)
Juergen Kiefer (TU Berlin)

Causal Cycles in Categorization (Page 2531)
Nancy S. Kim (Northeastern University)
Megan M. Ryan (Northeastern University)

Grapheme-to-Phoneme Conversion for Korean Point-of-Interest Data Using Prosodic Words (Page 2532)
Sunhee Kim (Seoul National University)
Je Hun Jeon (Seoul National University)
Minsoo Na (Seoul National University)
Minhwa Chung (Seoul National University)

9-Month-Old Infants Learn Action-effect Contingencies by Observation and Use this Knowledge for Their Own Action Control (Page 2533)
Annette M. Klein (Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences)
Petra Hauf (J. W. Goethe University)
Gisa Aschersleben (Saarland University)

Differences in the Representation of Physical and Social Causation (Page 2534)
Bianca Klettke (Deakin University)
Phillip Wolff (Emory University)

A Explorative Study about the Strategies of Serendipitous Discovery (Page 2535)
Fumio Kobayashi (Nagoya University)
Takeshi Okada (The University of Tokyo)

The Effect of an Extra Object on the Apprehension of Projective Spatial Terms (Page 2536)
Takatsugu Kojima (Kyoto University)
Takashi Kusumi (Kyoto University)

Robot-Human Interaction – How Robot Approach Behaviors Affect Human Perception of a Robot's Character and Role (Page 2537)    (Return to Top)
Masashi Komori (Osaka Electro-Communication University)
Chika Nagaoka (Kyoto University)

On the Bottom-Up and Top-Down Influences of Eye Movements (Page 2538)
Gert Kootstra (University of Groningen)
Arco Nederveen (University of Groningen)
Bart de Boer (University of Groningen)

Effects of Incompatible Prior Knowledge in Butterfly Style on Understanding Finswimming Style (Page 2539)
Maria Koulianou (University of Athens)
Stella Vosniadou (University of Athens)

Hybridity of Subjectivity in Korean with Reference to English and Japanese (Page 2540)
Soichi Kozai (Kansai Gaidai University)

Hunting the SNARC in its Natural Habitat: Evidence for a Cognitive Number Line in an Equation-Writing Task (Page 2541)
David Landy (Indiana University)

Evidence for the Cognitive Role of Space on an Algebraic Production Task (Page 2542)
David Landy (Indiana University)
Robert L. Goldstone (Indiana University)

The Psychology of Su Doku Problems (Page 2543)
N. Y. Louis Lee (Princeton University)
Geoffrey P. Goodwin (Princeton University)
P. N. Johnson-Laird (Princeton University)

Failure to Generalize Implicitly Learned Behavior on the Monty Hall Problem (Page 2544)
Robb Lindgren (Stanford University)
Daniel L. Schwartz (Stanford University)

Understanding as Seen with Emotional Responses (Page 2545)
Paulina Lindström (Lund University)

Knowledge Partitioning in Multiple Cue Probability Learning (Page 2546)
Daniel R. Little (University of Western Australia Nedlands)
Stephan Lewandowsky (University of Western Australia Nedlands)

The Cognitive Role Imminent in Emotions: The Embodiment of Emotional Sensation (Page 2547)
His-wen Daniel Liu (Providence University)

Teleological Explanation in Alzheimer's Disease (Page 2548)
Tania Lombrozo (Harvard University)
Deborah Zaitchik (Massachusetts General Hospital)

How Tutoring Policies Affect the Tutoring Strategies Used by Expert Tutors (Page 2549)
Evelyn Lulis (DePaul University)
Shlomo Argamon (Illinois Institute of Technology)
Martha Evens (Illinois Institute of Technology)

Virtual Travel Does Not Enhance Spatial Working Memory for Landmark-Free Paths (Page 2550)
Don R. Lyon (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Glenn Gunzelmann (Air Force Research Laboratory)
Kevin A. Gluck (Air Force Research Laboratory)

Recursion for Adversarial Modelling: New Evidence (Page 2551)
W. Joseph MacInnes (University of Toronto at Scarborough)
Debra Gilin (Saint Mary's University)

Perceptual Representations and Verb Aspect (Page 2552)
Carol J. Madden (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
David J. Therriault (University of Florida)

Expectation Affects Unconscious Semantic Priming (Page 2553)
Jennifer C. Major (Wilfrid Laurier University)
Keith D. Horton (Wilfrid Laurier University)

Set Operators for Superordinate Categories Machine Learning (Page 2554)
Mounir Maouene (National School of Applied Sciences)
Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)
Josita Maouene (Indiana University)

Effect of the Correlational Attributes on Mere Exposure in Concept Formation (Page 2555)
Ken Matsuda (Kyoto University)
Takashi Kusumi (Kyoto University)

Using Coh-Metrix to Access Cohesion and Difficulty in High-School Textbooks (Page 2556)
Philip M. McCarthy (University of Memphis)
Erin J. Lightman (University of Memphis)
David F. Dufty (University of Memphis)
Danielle S. McNamara (University of Memphis)

A Hierarchy of Prosodic Cues in Speech Processing (Page 2557)
Marjolein M. Merkx (University of York)
Padraic Monaghan (University of York)

The Time Course of Overall Similarity Sorting in Free Classification (Page 2558)
Fraser Milton (University of Exeter)
A. J. Wills (University of Exeter)

Detecting Syntactic Patterns in Speech to Infants: The Utility of Frequent Frames (Page 2559)
Toben H. Mintz (University of Southern California)

Remembering Lectures by Connecting to Personal Experiences (Page 2560)
Naomi Miyake (Chukyo University)
Hajime Shirouzu (Chukyo University)
Makoto Hirakawa (Chukyo University)

Contextual Bootstrapping for Grammar Learning (Page 2561)
Eva H. Mok (University of California at Berkeley)
Nancy Chang (University of California at Berkeley)

Some Limits on Statistical Learning (Page 2562)
Rebecca Morley (Johns Hopkins University)
William Badecker (Johns Hopkins University)
Paul Smolensky (Johns Hopkins University)

Low Frequency Waves on EEG Recordings during Stimuli of Feel (Page 2563)
Hiroyuki Murakami (Otsuma Women's University)

How Internalization Is Evolved? (Page 2564)
Tetsuya Nada (Kyushu University)
Shun'ichi Maruno (Kyushu University)

Assessing the Conditional Inference During Text Processing (Page 2565)
Hiroko Nakamura (Nagoya University)
Jun Kawaguchi (Nagoya University)

Locatives in Event Structure: Goal-Source Asymmetry (Page 2566)
Seungho Nam (Seoul National University)

Certainty in Extensional Probabilistic Reasoning (Page 2567)
Gorka Navarrete (Universidad de La Laguna)
Carlos Santamaría (Universidad de La Laguna)

Modeling the Effects of Induced Frequency (Page 2568)
Angela B. Nelson (Indiana University)
Richard M. Shiffrin (Indiana University)

An Explanation of Why Inference Learners Sometimes Appear to Store Prototypical Features (Page 2569)    (Return to Top)
Håkan Nilsson (Uppsala University)
Henrik Olsson (Uppsala University)

Memory Retrieval in a Dependency-Based Model of Sentence Processing (Page 2570)
Mattias Nilsson (Uppsala University)

Are Domain Names Written in Japanese Easy to Understand? (Page 2571)
Hisao Nojima (Seijo University)
Noriko Shingaki (Seijo University)

Investigating the Effect of Domain Knowledge on Collaborative Problem Solving (Page 2572)
Timothy J. Nokes (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Michelle L. Meade (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Dan G. Morrow (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Elizabeth A. L. Stine-Morrow (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Quantitative Estimation of the Muller-Lyer Illusion (Page 2573)
Shusaku Nomura (Shimane University)

Tight and Loose: A conceptual asymmetry (Page 2574)
Heather M. Norbury (Northwestern University)
Sandra R. Waxman (Northwestern University)

The Pitfalls of Overprompting in Writing-to-Learn (Page 2575)
Matthias Nückles (University of Freiburg)
Sandra Hübner (University of Freiburg)
Alexander Renkl (University of Freiburg)

An Inquiry into Bilingual and Monolingual Repetition Effects (Page 2576)
Sharon M. Obeidallah (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Gary E. Raney (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Conceptual Hierarchies Arise from the Dynamics of Learning and Processing: Insights from a Flat Attractor Network (Page 2577)
Christopher M. O'Connor (University of Western Ontario)
Ken McRae (University of Western Ontario)
George S. Cree (University of Toronto at Scarborough)

Subvocalization in Reading L1Japanese Texts and L2 English Texts (Page 2434)
Takue Ohno (Hokkaido University)
Jun-ichi Abe (Hokkaido University)

Distributional Effects in Iconic Gesture Comprehension (Page 2578)
Stephanie Packard (University of Rochester)
Ellen Campana (University of Rochester)
Michael K. Tanenhaus (University of Rochester)

Transfer Effects in Chinese Vocabulary Learning (Page 2579)
Philip I. Pavlik Jr. (Carnegie Mellon University)

Hemispheric and Cross-Dimensional Transfer of Perceptual Learning Effects under Easy and Hard Conditions (Page 2580)
Marina Pavlovskaya (Tel Aviv University)
Shaul Hochstein (Hebrew University)

Sleep, Memory Consolidation, and Semantic Relationships in a Verbal Declarative Memory Task (Page 2581)
Jessica D. Payne (Harvard University)
Matthew P. Walker (Harvard University)
Jeffrey M. Ellenbogen (Harvard University)
Eva Stroynowski (Harvard University)
Robert Stickgold (Harvard University)

Visual Cues in Connectionist Models of Language Acquisition (Page 2582)
Bo Pedersen (Cornell University)

Experienced and Anticipated Emotion in Deontic Reasoning (Page 2583)
Nick Perham (Cardiff University)
Mike Oaksford (University of London)

The Role of Velocity in Toddlers' Object Representations (Page 2584)
Lynn K. Perry (Indiana University)
Stephen A. Hockema (Indiana University)

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Linda B. Smith (Indiana University)

Evolutionary Simulations on the Adaptive Value of Connectionist Learning (Page 2585)
R. Hans Phaf (University of Amsterdam)
Bram T. Heerebout (University of Amsterdam)
Gijs H. Schraverus (University of Amsterdam)

On Understanding of Human Requests by Computers (Page 2586)
Edward Pogossian (University of Armenia)

Linguistically Grounded Models of Language Change (Page 2587)
Thierry Poibeau (CNRS, Université Paris 13)

Distributional Learning in Vowel Distinctions by 8-month-old English Infants (Page 2588)
Ferran Pons (University of British Colombia)
Laura Sabourin (University of Oregon)
Jasmine C. Cady (University of British Colombia)
Janet F. Werker (University of British Colombia)

How Do Cognitive Processes Support Over-eating? (Page 2589)
Emmanuel M. Pothos (Swansea University)
Javad Fadardi (Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, University of Wales)
Eleni Ziori (University of Ioannina)

Towards a Biologically Inspired Semantic Segmentation of Goal Oriented Actions (Page 2590)
Roberto Prevete (University "Federico II" of Naples)
Matteo Santoro (University "Federico II" of Naples)
Ezio Catanzariti (University "Federico II" of Naples)
Giovanni Tessitore (University "Federico II" of Naples)

Lexicality as a Determinant of the Category-Order Effect (Page 2591)
Sylvain Pronovost (Carleton University)
Jordan Schoenherr (Carleton University)
Robert Thomson (Carleton University)
Michael Henighan (Carleton University)

Situational Frequency Judgments are Influenced by Contextual Diversity (Page 2592)
Jose Quesada (Sussex University)
James S. Adelman (Warwick University)
Nick Chater (University College London)

Twenty-five Years After 'Metaphors we Live by': The Absence of the topic of metaphor in introductory psychology textbooks (Page 2593)
Christopher H. Ramey (Florida Southern College)
Elizabeth S. Lee (Florida Southern College)

Dissociating Implicit and Explicit Learning of Syntactic Rules (Page 2594)
Patrick Rebuschat (University of Cambridge)
John N. Williams (University of Cambridge)

Classifying with Essentialized Categories (Page 2595)
Bob Rehder (New York University)
ShinWoo Kim (New York University)

Human Deviations from Normative Causal Reasoning (Page 2596)
Bob Rehder (New York University)

Glucose and Cognition: An ERP Investigation of the Neuro-Cognitive Mechanisms Mediating the Glucose Facilitation Effect (Page 2597)
Leigh M. Riby (Glasgow Caledonian University)
Sandra Sünram-Lea (Lancaster University)
Tracy J. Cooper (University of Glasgow)
Cheryl Crockett (Glasgow Caledonian University)

Modal Representations of Word Meanings: Schematic or Instance-Based? (Page 2598)    (Return to Top)
Tobias Richter (Florida State University)
Rolf A. Zwaan (Florida State University)

Individual Differences in Face Processing as Revealed with Priming (Page 2599)
Cory A. Rieth (University of California at San Diego)
David E. Huber (University of California at San Diego)

Expertise Effects on Sorting Strategies of Causal Phenomena (Page 2600)
Benjamin M. Rottman (Northwestern University)
Dedre Gentner (Northwestern University)

A Computational Approach to Meditation (Page 2601)
Manish Saggar (The University of Texas at Austin)
Risto Miikkulainen (The University of Texas at Austin)

Does Learning from Examples Improve Tutored Problem Solving? (Page 2602)
Ron Salden (Carnegie Mellon University)
Vincent Aleven (Carnegie Mellon University)
Alexander Renkl (University of Freiburg)
Jörg Wittwer (University of Freiburg)

A Gradual Transition over Development in Spatial Working Memory (Page 2603)
Anne R. Schutte (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
Margaret R. Ortmann (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

Learning Environment of the Children for the Social Competence Development by Conversion of Viewpoint (Page 2604)
Narihito Shinonaga (Future University Hakodate)
Masashi Toda (Future University Hakodate)
Ikuko Gyobu (Ochanomizu University)

Eye-hand Coordination in Development of a Natural Task: Making ten cups of coffee (Page 2605)
Shintaro Shinozaki (Tokyo Denki University)
Harumi Kobayashi (Tokyo Denki University)
Tetsuya Yasuda (Tokyo Denki University)

The Effect of Time Interval on Students Learning of Statistical Concepts (Page 2606)
Hajime Shirouzu (Chukyo University)
Naomi Miyake (Chukyo University)
Jiro Kitamura (Chukyo University)
Hitoshi Izumori (Chukyo University)

Pacing Visual Attention: Rate and Rhythm Effects (Page 2607)
June J. Skelly (Air Force Research Laboratory)
June I. Hahn (The Proctor and Gamble Company)

The Influence of Refutational Text on Children's Ideas about the Earth (Page 2608)
Irini Skopeliti (University of Athens)
Stella Vosniadou (University of Athens)

The Role of Learning Strategies in Second Language Acquisition (Page 2609)
Asha Halima Smith (Stanford University)
Michael Ramscar (Stanford University)

Learning in Amnesia (Page 2610)
Maarten Speekenbrink (University College London)
Shelley Channon (University College London)
David Shanks (University College London)

Children's Knowledge of the Earth: New Evidence for the Fragmentation Account (Page 2611)
Marthe Straatemeier (University of Amsterdam)
Han L. J. van der Maas (University of Amsterdam)
Brenda R. J. Jansen (University of Amsterdam)

Three Experimental Comparisons of Learner-generated versus Author-provided Graphic Organizers (Page 2612)
Andrew T. Stull (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Richard E. Mayer (University of California at Santa Barbara)

A Naturalistic Study of Input Effects on the Development of Number Concepts (Page 2613)
Linda W. Suriyakham (University of Chicago)
Susan C. Levine (University of Chicago)
Janellen Huttenlocher (University of Chicago)

The Effect of Metaphor Familiarity on Semantic Activation of Topic and Vehicle (Page 2614)
Tomohiro Taira (Kyoto University)
Takashi Kusumi (Kyoto University)

Role of Selective Attention in Artificial Grammar Learning (Page 2615)
Daisuke Tanaka (The University of Tokyo)
Sachiko Kiyokawa (The University of Tokyo)
Ayumi Yamada (Gakushuin University)
Kazuo Shigemasu (The University of Tokyo)

Behavioral and Electrophysiological Tests of a Perceptual Account of Negative Priming (Page 2616)
Xing Tian (University of Maryland)
Eddy J. Davelaar (University of Maryland)
David E. Huber (University of California at San Diego)

Exploring the Use of Factor Analysis to Understand the Nature of Verbal Protocols (Page 2617)
Stacey A. Todaro (Northern Illinois University)
Joseph P. Magliano (Northern Illinois University)

Analyzing Dynamics of Probability Learning (Page 2618)
Denes Toth (Hungarian Academy of Science)
Balazs Aczel (ELTE University PPK)

Implicit Artificial Grammar Learning in Adults and Children (Page 2619)
Ester van den Bos (Leiden University)
Fenna H. Poletiek (Leiden University)

Personalization of a Virtual Museum Tour using Eye-gaze (Page 2620)
Leendert van Maanen (University of Groningen)
Chris Janssen (University of Groningen)
Hedderik van Rijn (University of Groningen)

Learning an Ordered Series: An fMRI Study (Page 2621)    (Return to Top)
Filip Van Opstal (Ghent University)
Tom Verguts (Ghent University)
Wim Fias (Ghent University)

The Incoherence of Heuristically Explaining Coherence (Page 2622)
Iris van Rooij (TU Eindhoven)
Cory D. Wright (University of California at San Diego)

Comparison of Negative and Positive Integers (Page 2623)
Sashank Varma (Stanford University)
Janet F. Go (Stanford University)
Robb Lindgren (Stanford University)

Test Case Selection for Evaluating Measures of Semantic Distance (Page 2624)
Vladislav D. Veksler (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Configural Memory with Network Reinforcement Learning (Page 2625)
Vladislav D. Veksler (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Neurobiological Ontogenetic Development and Human Language Evolution—A Reappraisal and Perspectives (Page 2626)
Renan W. F. Vitral (Federal University of Juiz de Fora)
Eveline F. Silva (Federal University of Juiz de Fora)
Dardânia C. M. Sales (Federal University of Juiz de Fora)

Plan Recognition Using Multimodal Integration (Page 2627)
Olga Vybornova (Universite Catholique de Louvain)
Kosta Gaitanis (Universite Catholique de Louvain)
Benoit Macq (Universite Catholique de Louvain)

Partially Unique Variance in Reading Accounted for by Working Memory and Semantic Priming (Page 2628)
Christopher A. Was (Kent State University)
Dan J. Woltz (University of Utah)

More than Knowledge: Word Frequency Influences Preferences for Thematic Associates (Page 2629)
Jeannette M. Whitmore (University of Michigan at Flint)
Wendelyn J. Shore (Pacific Lutheran University)
Peg Hull-Smith (University of Toledo)

College Students' Representation of Introductory Calculus Problems (Page 2630)
Jie Yan (University of Delaware)
Nancy C. Lavigne (University of Delaware)

Cultivation of Critical Thinking Disposition via Asynchronous Online Discussion (Page 2631)
Ya-Ting C. Yang (National Cheng Kung University)

Infants' Tracking of Split-objects (Page 2632)
H. Henny Yeung (University of British Columbia)
Fei Xu (University of British Columbia)

A Proposal for Algorithms in the Human Brain (Page 2633)
Sule Yildirim (Hedmark University College)
Ronald L. Beachell (Hedmark University College)

Cognitive Arithmetic: Effects of numerical surface form and equation presentation format (Page 2634)
Michael C. W. Yip (The Open University of Hong Kong)

Arists' Long-term Process for Making Art (Page 2635)
Sawako Yokochi (Nagoya University)
Takeshi Okada (The University of Tokyo)

Selective Attention or Structured Representation: The Effect of Category Information on Similarity Judgment (Page 2636)
Na-Yung Yu (Texas A&M University)
Takashi Yamauchi (Texas A&M University)

Tetris as a Task Environment for Research in Dynamic Decision Making, Attention, Categorization, and Cognitive Modeling (Page 2637)
Bella Zafrina (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Vladislav D. Veksler (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Stéphane Gamard (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Wayne D. Gray (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

Representations in the Developing Lexicon for Consonants and Vowels (Page 2638)
Tania S. Zamuner (University of British Columbia)

A Self-Organizing Connectionist Model of Bilingual Lexical Development (Page 2639)    (Return to Top)
Xiaowei Zhao (University of Richmond)
Ping Li (University of Richmond)

Cognitive Science Journal Archive

The Cognitive Science Journal Archive currently contains electronic versions of 459 articles (of 98 issues and 24 years) of the Cognitive Science Journal and collects materials published in the Proceedings of the Annual Cognitive Science Conference. It is maintained by the CogWorks Laboratories of RPI's Cognitive Science Department.

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